Fivio Foreign “B.I.B.L.E.” Album Review


Fivio Foreign

    • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
    • Release Date: 2022-04-08
    • Explicitness: explicit
    • Country: U.S.A.
    • Track Count: 17
  • ℗ 2022 RichFish, L.L.C. and Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

B.I.B.L.E. is Fivio’s formal introduction to the world with a heavy-hitting drill project which will lead the way for future drill projects globally. On this album, Fivio showcases the different sides to him, the highs and the pits.

He invites special guest features that help him tell his story in all 17 chapters of his B.I.B.L.E. Throughout the LP, Fivio Foreign holds his city high and represents his roots with confidence.

Album Cover Artwork

The album cover features an up-close shot of Fivio’s serious, war-ready face, suggesting that he is ready to take on the world as he officially penetrates the industry with this debút project. In the same vein, the body of work isn’t named “B.I.B.L.E.” for no reason. Instead, the L.P. presents chapters of his blood, sweat and history, and he signs off on it with his face that is smack on the cover of what would introduce him to the world: his own B.I.B.L.E.

Songs and Features

Stellar opener ‘On God’, featuring on-the-rise rapper KayCyy, sees biblical inspiration meet an enthralling chorus. Over an astral instrumental, we hear some of Fivio’s most fantastic bars to date.

Coming from a place of passion and clear thoughtfulness, he delivers one of the best intro tracks of the year, despite some questionable grammar: “I’m a self-made it, Grammy-nominated / Opps know I’m not to play with, n**** / How I’m not your favourite?”.

Elsewhere, Foreign teams up with his Brooklyn drill ally, Migos’ Quavo, for the vibrant collaborations ‘Through The Fire’ (yes, very punny, but this is entirely different for the stunner of a debut single Ye released in 2003) and ‘Magic City’.

The latter is the best of these transparent attempts at another massive drill club track to rival ‘Big Drip’ or Pop and Quavo’s ‘Shake The Room’. The most complex collaboration to fathom is the Ne-Yo-assisted ‘Love Songs’, on which the Vegas crooner sings an interpolation of his 2006 smash ‘So Sick’.

Fivio reiterates the original track’s storyline of a lovesick man via a funny attempt at a half-sung hook: “Girl, leave me alone / ‘Cause you’re nothing that I need / I won’t answer the phone”. The track seems comical despite another great verse, with a random automated vocal added behind the piano sample and a simple chorus.

Fivio Foreign and Polo G are the drill Kobe and Shaq in “Changed On Me”. Their first collab was on some lit, party vibe, but “Changed On Me” is the exact opposite. The latter features this uber theatrical drill beat that can easily be imagined being played in a scene on The Wire.

It also features a chilling hook by Vory in which his voice cracks like Post Malone’s usually does, and verses by Fivio and Polo rap about making it out of the mud, proving people wrong, and calling shots.

“World Watching” is remarkable. The way Fivio slides off on the song is so dope! But, on the real, it’s Tjay’s hella infectious hook and Yung Bleu’s gritty, non-melodic verse that caught my attention. Bleu and Tjay put up one of the best performances on this song.

Fivio signs off his debut studio album with ‘Can’t Be Us’, a heartfelt message to himself about his come-up story, his challenges and motivations and acknowledging the people around him in the best four minutes of drill music.


NO Title Artist Time
1 On God (feat. KayCyy) Fivio Foreign 3:06
2 Through the Fire (feat. Quavo) Fivio Foreign 3:25
3 Magic City (feat. Quavo) Fivio Foreign 2:38
4 City of Gods Fivio Foreign, Kanye West & Alicia Keys 4:16
5 What’s My Name (feat. Coi Leray) Fivio Foreign & Queen Naija 3:21
6 For Nothin Fivio Foreign 2:07
7 Hello (feat. Chlöe & KayCyy) Fivio Foreign 4:24
8 Confidence (feat. A$AP Rocky) Fivio Foreign 1:50
9 Slime Them (feat. Lil Yachty) Fivio Foreign 2:26
10 Feel My Struggle Fivio Foreign 2:00
11 World Watching (feat. Lil Tjay & Yung Bleu) Fivio Foreign 3:31
12 B.I.B.L.E. Talk (feat. DJ Khaled) Fivio Foreign 1:45
13 Changed On Me (feat. Vory & Polo G) Fivio Foreign 4:01
14 Left Side (feat. Blueface) Fivio Foreign 3:40
15 Love Songs (feat. Ne-Yo) Fivio Foreign 2:38
16 Whoever Fivio Foreign 1:55
17 Can’t Be Us Fivio Foreign 4:13

Album Theme

On “B.I.B.L.E.,” the Fivio tries to manoeuvre an unconventional sound onto a more conventional path: smoothing down the drill’s street edge into something safely marketable.

Production Credits

Fivio Foregin’s highly-anticipated B.I.B.L.E. is executive-produced by Kanye West.


Listeners Reviews

Expecting fire ‼️
By DrppyDHendrix
I think / believe it’s going to be fire 🤔

Great album
By nickcook376
If this doesn’t win album of the year it’s rigged

By mitch from bk
He’s really improved a lot , i was worried that off the grid might be his last hood verse, but he’s getting better and better,I hope he keeps this momentum going.

Same same
Every song same exact beat

Great Album! 🥇🥇🥇
Linking w/Kanye was such a great idea. You can hear where his ideas and influence was inserted all over this project. Super proud of Fivio. Ima get to the concert when he gets to the A! Ima fan of Fivio. He did his thing w/this album fr! I love hearing NYC gain their footing back w/a whole new sound and vibe. Ima fan of the drill sound now and i love all the different ways Fivio does with the sound of drill.

Lit 🔥
By King Abraham J
We lit pow 💥

Beautiful record
By Riteafter


Best work from Fivio so far
By krisbell1254
Outstanding album, Fivio continues to grow as an artist and with this album we can see superstar status soon!


2022 dope musik
By Karlkelly
2022 sound new shtt

Best album out
By Mr.Amiri.Benji

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